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Tinsley Ellis & Coco MontoyaAMP by Strathmore
Tue. Mar 26 Two of blues’ finest players share AMP’s stage.
Sun. Apr 14 Known as the king of the rant, Lewis Black uses his trademark style of comedic yelling and animated finger-pointing to skewer anything and anyone that gets under his skin.
Antonio SánchezAMP by Strathmore
Thu. Apr 4 Drummer and composer Antonio Sánchez is riding the crest of a musical wave that began with his Golden Globe and BAFTA-nominated score for Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).
Apr. 9 – 10 Classically trained violist Wil B. and violinist Kev Marcus are back with their distinctive multi-genre sound that is perfectly described as “classical boom.”
Mon. Apr 8 This Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress and singer delights audiences in every show and role, from film and television to voiceover and stage.
Eliot ChangAMP by Strathmore
Fri. Mar 29 Now is your chance to experience Chang’s comedy live at AMP!
Amanda PalmerNational Theatre
Fri. Apr 5 Amanda Palmer (co-founder of the Dresden Dolls) comes to D.C. for a concert in support of her first solo album in more than six years
ConfectionFolger Shakespeare Library
Mar. 23 – 24 Third Rail Projects’ newest immersive experience, Confection, is a rollicking rumination on opulence, inequity, and teeny-tiny desserts. In this 45-minute experience.
Grand Hotel, The MusicalSignature Theatre
Apr. 2 – May. 19 At the bustling Grand Hotel a series of eclectic guests and staff including a fading ballerina, a destitute baron, a wannabe-starlet typist, and an ailing bookkeeper collide in a non-stop musical toast to the high life.
The Portland Cello Project - Performs Radiohead's OK ComputerAMP by Strathmore
Sun. Mar 24 Portland Cello Project presents a thrilling performance of the album Rolling Stone Magazine called a “stunning art-rock tour de force.”
Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of HumanitySignature Theatre
Mar. 23 – Apr. 7 Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative work, a brutal and elegant exploration of the unifying virtue of art and what things are most worth saving when the world is collapsing.
Annapolis Symphony Orchestra: Cosmic DepthStrathmore
Sun. Mar 31 From Maryland’s capital to the Music Center, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (ASO) shares memorable symphonic music in this afternoon program.
Shakespeare's BirthdayFolger Theatre
Sun. Apr 14
Washington National Opera: Eugene OneginThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 23 – 29
Direct Current: Bon Iver & TU Dance's Come ThroughThe Kennedy Center
Mon. Mar 25
Anoushka ShankarSixth & I
Sat. Mar 23
National Symphony Orchestra: Debussy's La merThe Kennedy Center
Apr. 11 – 13
Direct Current: National Symphony Orchestra: Glass's Itaipu & Auerbach's ARCTICAThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 28 – 30
Direct Current: Du Yun with OK MissThe Kennedy Center
Fri. Apr 5
Chucho ValdésSixth & I
Sat. Apr 6
Tastes of the MediterraneanFolger Theatre
Mar. 29 – 31
Jay LenoThe Kennedy Center
Fri. Apr 26
PhilharmonixSixth & I
Sat. May 4
Direct Current: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company: Analogy TrilogyThe Kennedy Center
Mar. 28 – 30